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roof moss

Don’t brush live roof moss off of your roof before treating it. You can simply treat it and most will fall off within a reasonable amount of time in most cases. Brushing and pressure washing your composition roof will cause premature wear. Treatment only is the best way to make you roof last longer.

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Portland Roofing Contractor

Portland Roof Cleaning and repairs only uses premium shakes. This job was done over Christmas break via our sister company Waterworks NW.  

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roof repair

If you look close you can see 3 holes in the black paper. The black paper is the only thing that is protecting your sheet rock from water damage once the shake is gone. There is water going in this home for sure.

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Cedar Shake Repair

Hip & Ridge area needs some work. These are very important that they stay nice and tight as they seal the top ridge of the roof.

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roofing maintenance

You want to find a qualified roofer to replace these roof jacks. Always have a licensed Contractor with a valid CCB (Construction Contractors Board) number.

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common roof repair mistakes

bad roof repair job. The whole roof is covered with exposed nails.

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Shake Roof Repairs

Here is Scott from Portland Roof Cleaning fixing the ridge line on this roof. Here is a different roof, we did over the summer.

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roof algae

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NON-Pressure Roof Cleaning

Portland Roof Cleaning 503-844-6500 The mildew and algae is already dead, it just doesn’t know it yet. Within a few weeks moss will be falling off and the roof will look like new, the algae dies very fast. Portland Roof Cleaning, LLC  is your full service NON pressure roof cleaning company. We specialize in roof cleaning and treatments in Portland, …

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Don’t BRUSH that roof

Is it possible to clean your roof without the use of a pressure washer or a steel brush wearing away your roof? Using a steel brush or broom to clean the moss off of your roof will create premature wear and damage. The safest way is to simply treat the roof and let the moss fall off naturally. Trying to …

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